Athens Stock Exchange opening: Decline
Equity prices were dropping on Friday on the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), with the basic share price index down 0.87 percent, standing at 612.04 points at 11.00 am and turnover at 5.85 million euros.
The FTSE/ASE Large Cap index for blue chip and heavily traded stocks was down 1.13 percent and the FTSE/ASE Mid Cap index was down 1.63 percent.
On individual sector indices, the biggest gains were in Technology (+2.00 percent), Oil (+0.85 percent) and Constructions (+0.25 percent).
The biggest losses were in Banks (-5.80 percent), Food and Beverages (-1.96 percent), Telecoms (-1.81 percent) and in Personal and Household Products (-1.15 percent).
Of the stocks traded, 18 were up, 23 were down and 11 were unchanged.
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